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John George Fiegehen

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John George Fiegehen (c1852-1913) of the Bedford Engineering Co

1874 Birth of his son Edward George Fiegehen

1891 Living at 50 Ampthill Road, Bedford: John G. Fiegehen (age 39 born Gravesend), Manager - Engineering Works. With his wife Maria Fiegehen (age 43 born Ipswich) and their two children Edward G. Fiegehen (age 16 born Newington, Surrey) Harriett S. Fiegehen (age 8 born Deptford).[1]

1911 Living at 178 Ampthill Road, Bedford: John George Fiegehen (age 59 born Gravesend), Mechanical Engineer and Crane Maker - Employer. With his wife Ellen Fiegehen (age 51 born Bedford) and their three children; Harriett Fiegehen (age 28 born Lewisham); Percy Fiegehen (age 17 born Bedford); and Edith Fiegehen (age 11 born Bedford).[2]

1913 May 4th. Died. Probate to Edward George Fiegehen, Engineer

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1911 Census